is a known fact teachers unselfishly spend their own money each school
year. They want the best for their students, a decorated classroom,
stocked with supplies, provide interesting projects and technology to
help motivate and learn. Aid for Educators directly helps our teachers
lessen the burden of spending their own money.
Click here to discover different ways to help us help our teachers.
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Highland MS, Eagle Mountain Saginaw ISD
We received the iPad Mini today. My students are so excited. The secret is, I am more excited than they are, because I know exactly how much of a difference having this as a learning tool and communication device will be in the classroom. Thank you for your part in making this happen. Special thanks to the donors who made it possible.
Life Skills/Special Education
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Barnes & Noble Gift Wrap Fundraiser
A HUGE SUCCESS
|Aid for Educators is a 501(c)3 non-profit, public charity. Contributions to Aid for Educators are deductible under section 170 of the Internal Revenue Code. Aid for Educators is also qualified to receive tax deductible bequests, devices, transfers or gifts under section 2055, 2106 or 2522 of the Code. Donor Pledge Form|
|Most public school children are provided with the necessary school supplies. Strongly Agree 2.2% / Agree 7.6% / Neutral 22.8%/Disagree 41.3% / Strongly Disagree 26.1%|
|It is acceptable that teachers spend hundreds of dollars out of their own pocket each year to provide supplies for their classrooms. Strongly Agree 2.2% / Agree 5.4% / Neutral 5.4% / Disagree 18.5% / Strongly Disagree 68.5%|
|Do you think the community should help teachers by donating necessary supplies for their classes? Yes 80.4% / No 10.9% / Not Sure 8.7%|
|Would you attend a fundraiser for Aid for Educators? Yes 46.7% / No 10.9% / Maybe 42.4 %|
|If unable to attend, would you donate to Aid for Educators? Yes 32.2% / No 11.1% / Maybe 55.6%|